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Re: Compressor: Why is there a Progressive setting if DVD is interlaced?

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Scott SmithRe: Compressor: Why is there a Progressive setting if DVD is interlaced?
by on Oct 12, 2011 at 7:23:30 pm

Disclaimer: It is possible that I may be confused, or behind a software version.

BUT, if you are using Final Cut Pro and Compressor, it would also stand to reason you will use DVD Studio Pro. In DVDSP, you can make an HD DVD project progressive scan, but the SD DVD projects are all interlaced. So if you are making a Standard Def DVD in DVDSP, it will be interlaced.

What I don't know is if you start with progressive, transcode to MPEG2 progressive, then make a SD DVD in DVDSP, what happens to the progressive scan's extra lines, as it makes it interlaced?



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